MILAN NEWS

Reports continue to link Milan to Liverpool winger Suso and now suggest an agreement for his transfer is agreed with the player.
Fabio Borini insists he is ready to fight for his place at Liverpool and that he is in ‘no rush’ to return to Italy.
Rafa Benitez has been revealed by the Gazzetta dello Sport as the best paid Coach in Serie A beginning the 2014-15 season.
Milan youth team prospect Isaac Akuetteh has now awoken from a coma after a serious incident last week.
Inter legend Javier Zanetti has wished Bryan Cristante well after the youngster left Milan for Benfica.
Serie A’s total yearly salary spend has again fallen, according to the Gazzetta dello Sport’s annual investigation.
Roberto Donadoni complained he has “far too many players” in his Parma squad at the moment as he prepares for Milan.
Juventus remain the Serie A club with the biggest revenue, while Inter and Roma have increased their income, but Milan’s fell.
Sulley Muntari is impressed with Milan’s new arrivals Fernando Torres and Giacomo Bonaventura.
Napoli have sold fewer season tickets than Sassuolo, Atalanta and Cesena.
Piero Ausilio reveals Milan only signed Giacomo Bonaventura thanks to Inter releasing their Atalanta agreement.
Milan and Italy talent Stephan El Shaarawy knows “there’s a lot of expectation around me, but I am ready.”
Mario Balotelli is back in the news with allegations he attacked a Wolves player during a Liverpool friendly.
Maxime Lestienne confirms he was close to Milan before signing for Genoa and models himself after Arjen Robben.
According to Italian reports, Liverpool striker Fabio Borini rejected all moves because he is waiting for Serie A clubs.
Recent acquisition for Parma Francesco Lodi believes Milan are more dangerous now that they have changed their mentality.
Nigel de Jong has reiterated his focus is on continuing his career with Milan, rather than considering a move to Ajax.
Milan President Silvio Berlusconi has made clear his optimism at the club’s start to the season, declaring: “The atmosphere has changed.”
Adriano Galliani has detailed Silvio Berlusconi’s latest visit to speak with the Milan squad, and has great hope for Fernando Torres.
Filippo Inzaghi has reflected on what he wants to see from his Milan team, as he expresses admiration and hope for Fernando Torres.